Dunnette, Marvin D. . . .most of us still remain content to build our theoretical castles on the quicksand of merely rejecting the null hypothesis.
Tukey, John W. The worst, i.e., most dangerous, feature of ‘accepting the null hypothesis’ is the giving up of explicit uncertainty. . .Mathematics can sometimes be put in such black-and-white terms, but our knowledge or belief about the external world never can.